Saturday, January 31, 2015

Little Blue Teapot

six inch block
 This is the last day of the month for  RSC2015 at so scrappy blog.
The color this month was blue, and I've been so busy quilting and putting together sections on my Winter quilt Silent Snowmen, that I nearly forgot.
But
I didn't! This is my little blue paper pieced teapot from Sew Precise software. From the scrap bin.
I plan to do another using the bright dots and wee little teapots fabric hanging next to this one on the wall.

Also plan to do a few cups in blue.

I'm behind so I wanted to link up to the party. I'll have to show you the teacups later.

Sewing is so much fun.

LeeAnna

19 comments:

  1. Very nice, love the little angels.

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  2. Little cherubs for some heavenly tea! Great little block.

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  3. So cute! You have such fun ideas.

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  4. Hi LeeAnna,
    Blue! Looks good!
    Yes, sewing is so much fun!
    Enjoy/drink a cup of tea for me !
    Take care,
    Joanne

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  5. Hi LeeAnna,
    Blue! Looks good!
    Yes, sewing is so much fun!
    Enjoy/drink a cup of tea for me !
    Take care,
    Joanne

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  6. Your little teapot is sooo cute!! Great fabric too!...hugs, Julierose

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  7. Will there be a teapot in every color of the challenge? Love the idea and your first pot looks great. :- )

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  8. Beautiful blue fabrics. Love your little teapot : )

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  9. Funnily enough I've got a quilt coming up that I need teapots for - this is just perfect and I love the little fat cherubs!

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  10. Oh, Leeanna, I love your little teapot! Your fussy cut makes perfect.

    Julie @ Pink Doxies

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  11. Oh, Leeanna, I love your little teapot! Your fussy cut makes perfect.

    Julie @ Pink Doxies

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  12. Very cute block! The tea pot and cup together will make a really great couple! :) thanks for linking up on my blog!!

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  13. The placement of that moon is just perfect. Was it deliberate?

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    1. oh yes. I dug thru my scrapbin and saw this one was the right size and image, and moved the scrap around to showcase the cherub.

      No detail is too small to take time with in my world. Leeanna

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  14. Well I'm a tea drinker so I might be a bit biased! I really like this and the fussy cut angel!

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  15. So cute!! Now I want to make a teapot :)

    -Soma

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